Located in the south-western portion of the island known as the Ross of Mull, Knocknafenaig is an extremely well preserved township that shows many characteristics of 19th century and early 20th century living conditions. Although it is believed to have had medieval settlements, almost no evidence remains of these due to their organic nature. Among the many ruins is a well preserved corn-drying kiln and house, known as Braigh. The Braigh is the last remaining thatched building in the Ross of Mull and was inhabited until the mid-1980s.
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